Written August 04, 2015
It started off to be one of the scariest movies I've ever seen, but it quickly died down. It had it's potential to be great. Not enough scary parts and the ending was horrible. I definitely could have waited to see this on Netflix. It's not even worth buying on DVD.
Written July 24, 2016
My biggest pet peeve is a corny horror flick...I was so happy to see that this wasn't one of them!! Mr. Boogie gives me the heebie jeebies!!
Written February 12, 2016
Go if your 11 years old and want the bagubee's scared out of you, for adults, it was kinda on the PG-13 side. I agree with the person who said it was too dark to see anything; there should have been more showing of the actuall killings. You want to scare me then make Bagool a little more scary!! The writer should be coated in honey and thrown in with 20 hungry baby bears to be licked-tickled into a coma!! (Don't ask what that means-I don't know) Other than that, I was a little scared but not to the point where I couldn't turn out the light. I slept very soundly!!
Written May 04, 2016
I went into this movie hearing some pretty good things about it, and I wasn't disappointed. I'll admit a lot of its scares were jump scares, but the movie does a good job of setting up the proper atmosphere to make you feel suspense and dread. I'd especially recommend this to people who like horror films, but haven't seen the trailers for this one; a lot is, sadly, given away in the trailers, and yet I still managed to get creeped out by it. So if you haven't seen them, you'll get scared by it all the more.
Written May 29, 2016
This movie was terrifying. In my opinion the music behind it made it more scary then the actual movie itself but in a good way. It was a little bit gory, thinking about how some of the people died made me cringe. I hate scary movies but I still go to every single one of them. I thought it was better then Insidious. Go!